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Exciting son of Dubawi maintains his unbeaten record in style

Too Darn Hot, the youngest member of the hugely successful Dubawi/ Dar Re Mi dynasty, firmly stamped himself as a Cl

Daughter of Iffraaj returns to form in G3 Northland Breeders Stakes

Having established herself as one of New Zealand’s best two-year-olds of last season, the Iffraaj filly Melt has continued her strong form as a three-

Galloper looks good in The Shorts at Randwick

Another brilliant front-running display in the G2 The Shorts at Randwick has earned Ball Of Muscle and his sire Dubawi another Stakes victory.

Four-year-old filly becomes the seventh Stakes winner for her sire since the start of August, landing the Grand Prix de Fontainebleu

Teofilo has been enjoying a superb end to the European summer and on Tuesday, 11 September he sired his seventh individual Black Type winner since 1 A

Daughter of Exceed And Excel combines speed with stamina

The progressive three-year-old filly Fiera Vista showed what the addition of Exceed And Excel to an already brilliant family could prod

Another new Stakes winner for the world’s leading sire as Lillian Russell lands Prix Joubert

Barely a week goes by without leading sire Dubawi adding another Stakes winner to his ever-increasing tally and the first seven days in September were

Half-sister to Teofilo continues her sire’s superb run with French Listed victory

Following a Group double at the weekend headed by Classic-bound colt Too Darn Hot, Dubawi’s progeny continued their winning ways on We

Son of Slade Power beats a field of winners at Chelmsford

In a small but select field, Jack’s Point won for the first time at Chelmsford, becoming winner number nine for first-season sire

Juvenile son of Dubawi lands the G3 Solario Stakes

The impeccably bred Too Darn Hot, a juvenile son of Dubawi, remained unbeaten in some style on Saturday, 1 September when r

Consistent son of Manduro lands the Listed Chester Stakes

Manduro’s consistent son Duretto again impressed when coming from the rear of the field to land the Listed Chester Stakes,